Freezing and Roasting Turnips

Keeping fresh, delicious winter produce for a nice change of pace in the summer months is easy as 1-2-3.  In this case, Turnips. Turnips are high in fiber, riboflavin, and other nutrients like vitamins C, E, B6,  folic, and pantothenic acids, as well as copper. Indeed they are a starchy food, as they are a ground root, but contain less than 1/3 the calories as an equal amount of potatoes. They are also a great source of potassium, thiamin, magnesium, and niacin. So, how do you keep a mess of fresh, tasty Turnip roots until next years winter garden begins  putting them on the table? ( See Also Ann’s List ) Continue reading